Librarian Jeanie Phillips and her magnificent conversations on books with, for & by Vermont learners is now its very own podcast!
Meet #vted Reads. Host Jeanie Phillips sits down with an educator, student or author each episode and together, they look at a book they feel is relevant for Vermont learners. Whether it’s YA, popular press or professional development — all of them make for some great #vted reads. For additional, exclusive content, follow #vted Reads on twitter and on instagram.
Subscribe to us on iTunes, Soundcloud, or wherever fine podcasts are released into the ether.
Or call us at (641) 715-3900 extension 828655 and leave us a message with your name, school affiliation, and an answer to the question: “What are you reading?”
Perhaps we’ll even include your message on an upcoming episode!
Current episode: Look Both Ways with Kendra LaRoche
Archive of past episodes
- #vted Reads: Look Both Ways
- #vted Reads: On The Come Up
- #vted Reads: The End of Average
- #vted Reads: Dreadful Young Ladies, with Sarah Birgé
- #vted Reads: Place-Based Curriculum Design
- #vted Reads: The Benefits of Being an Octopus
- #vted Reads: Personalized Learning in the Middle Grades, with Penny Bishop
- #vted Reads: Watch Us Rise
- #vted Reads: Reaching and Teaching Students in Poverty
- #vted Reads: No Fixed Address with Annie Brabazon
Plus, you can subscribe to #vted Reads on iTunes, Google Play or wherever fine podcasts are vended.
- Hidden Roots with Judy Dow
- The Standards-Based Classroom with Emily Rinkema and Stan Williams
- Speak: The Graphic Novel and Shout with Meg Falby
- Teens Who Hurt with T. Elijah Hawkes
- Dive Into Inquiry with Margi Putney
Contact #vted Reads
Curious about a past #vted Reads episode? Have something to contribute to the conversation? Want to be a guest on a future episode? Have a book to suggest? Give us a shout!
The fine print
#vted Reads is a podcast of the Tarrant Institute for Innovative Education at the University of Vermont. Each episode is hosted by Jeanie Phillips and produced by Audrey Homan.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons license 4.0. We are hugely indebted to the passionate educators and readers that comprise the Vermont education — or “vted” — community. And neither Jeanie nor Audrey will tell you how many library cards they hold between them.